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My name is Cris Henderson. I am a public health graduate student at the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. This semester, I am taking a course in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (PBHL S617). My classmate Sammie Davila and I, were tasked with reading one of your books, How Change Happens. As part of the completing of this assignment, we will also complete a podcast to discuss your book. Community Solutions is an International podcast, for more information about the podcast, please check out the following link: https://fsphsbs.podbean.com/
I am contacting you to invite you to participate in our podcast. It is my sincere hope that you will accept this invitation to participate in our podcast.
The assignment (more details):
Each pair of students will read a community development associated text and provide a conversational overview for the Community Solutions podcast audience. Each interview will last 15 minutes and will take place in the audio studio in the Center for Teaching and Learning. Each group will develop a script, produce the podcast and then upload the podcast to the appropriate site as instructed. Students will be evaluated for the content of podcast and associated description.
As a class, students were challenged to see if we could get the author of the book we are assigned to read, to participate in our podcast. I am somewhat competitive, so honestly, I really hope you will accept this invitation.
Sammi and I will be recording our podcast Friday March 29, 2018 at 2pm Eastern Standard Time. Our podcast script is due March 18, 2019.
If you would like to know more about the course and this assignment, please feel free to contact our professors:
Jack Turman, Jr., Ph.D. (course coordinator)
Professor, Dept. of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Office Phone: 317-278-0354
Sean Grant, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Office Phone: 317-274-3245
I appreciate your time and consideration concerning this matter.
I look forward to hearing from you
Ok then, but on holiday til end Feb – OK if we talk after that?
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